A card for Kellie


Did you notice the card in Kellie’s hand the other day?

Robbie's tulip card

Those are Robbie’s beautifully manicured fingers, btw, because SHE made the card (and my fingers look like I gnaw on them, which I don’t, they just LOOK that way.)

Robbie put a lot of love into this card and it shows.   I want to tell you a little story about Robbie.  When she first started coming to classes (before she was a demonstrator) she would always come with her friend Frances.  The two of them would sit together at the table, and Robbie would carefully follow whatever Frances did.  One day she shared with us that in junior high school she’d been in an art class, and at the end of the first term, Sister put her arm around Robbie’s shoulders and said “I think we’ll move you to Home Ec class, dear.”  Oh, those Sisters!   I told Robbie that Sister meant well, but she was Wrong.

So don’t let anyone tell you you’re not creative!  I’m sure Sister is gliding around heaven these days, looking down with love and saying “I’m so sorry, dear… I was wrong!” 🙂

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3 thoughts on “A card for Kellie

  1. Hi, Gloria – here:

    I was the same way and guess what? Now I’m learning that if Nance gives me “home work” (think out of the box” she calls it) and insists I bring my creation to the next class, I’m still scared but I’m getting better!

    Go Girl!

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